University of Vermont

Dismantling Rape Culture Conference

Tuesday, April 12, 2016
Dudley H. Davis Center, UVM

The Dismantling Rape Culture Conference (DRCC) strives to educate on and intervene in rape culture, which exists "when prevalent attitudes, norms, practices, and media condone, normalize, excuse, and encourage sexual [and all forms] of violence." This conference is about looking at the intersectional ways in which rape culture exists and about coming together to envision how we can change, shift, alter, and heal from its insidious presence in our lives. 

Workshop Proposals NOW being accepted!

We welcome both informational and creative approaches to this work.

Deadline to submit proposals for DRCC 2016 is February 17, 2016.

Click here to submit a proposal.

Registration opens Februray 19, 2016.

A link will be posted here or you can contacted us at the email addresses below.

The conference is free for current UVM affiliates and students from all Vermont colleges and universities. There is a $20 fee for community members. A full schedule, including workshop descriptions and presenter bios, will be sent to all registered participants early next week.

Questions? Contact Catarina Campbell (Catarina.Campbell@uvm.edu) or Sara Alexander (saralynnalexander@gmail.com) or at 802-656-7892.

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